Lawrence Weinstein

August 28, 1932 - January 16, 2023

Lawrence Weinstein

August 28, 1932 - January 16, 2023

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Lawrence, “Larry”, Weinstein 90, of New York City passed away on January 16, 2023.

He spent his early years in Brooklyn, New York where his melodic singing voice, combined with his love of music lead him to pursue a singing career. Performing at numerous events, his voice succeeded in both enlivening the event and bringing much joy to all who heard him.

A U.S. Army Korean War Veteran and electrical engineer, he was the New York District Manager at General Electric Supply Company, then a division of General Electric Company. During his tenure he provided his considerable lighting expertise to the electrical industry on many prominent building projects within New York State. He worked closely with then New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller in the construction of what is known as The Albany South Mall, part of New York State’s Capital Complex; the Lincoln Towers eight building apartment complex located on the prestigious Upper West Side in NYC; Co-Op City, which is the largest housing cooperative in the world located in the Bronx; Starrett City, now called Spring Creek Towers, located in Brooklyn, which is the country’s largest federally subsidized housing complex consisting of 5,881 apartmen􀀋 units in 46 buildings; and The World Trade Center.

Looking for new challenges, he left General Electric and established Allied Electrical Industries, representing a host of prestigious electrical equipment and lighting manufacturers. Closing the firm after 10 years he went on to provide his electrical and lighting expertise as Vice President Lighting Division, Kennedy Electrical Supply Company.
Larry is survived by his wife, Patricia; his son Michael Weinstein; daughter Debra Ferguson, whom he shared with his former wife Joan Weinstein; and sister Dyan Parker. He leaves three grandchildren, Christopher, Brian and Michele Weinstein, along with one great-granddaughter, Isabella.

Larry will be dearly missed because everyone he touched walked away a richer person.

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1 responses to Lawrence Weinstein

  1. Larry is always in our hearts, and always have our love. He touched us in his own special way.. RIP Larry.
    Patty you know we’re always here for you, be strong you got this. Love Debbie and family

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